French: Todirostre du Pérou German: Zimtbrust-Todityrann Spanish: Titirijí pechicanelo
Fitzpatrick and O’Neill, 1979,
Cordillera del Cóndor, above San José de Lourdes, Cajamarca, Peru.
10 cm; 6·5–8·5 g. Plumage is dark olive above, crown slightly browner and separated from mantle by a buff-orange nuchal collar; lores, ocular area, cheek, throat and... read more
Fast harsh rattle, “d-d-d-rt”; also described as single descending “prrrrrrr”.
Thick, stunted, mossy cloudforest; also found in stands of Chusquea bamboo. Apparently... read more
Food and feeding
Insects. Forages in middle and lower storeys of wet forest, mostly 1·5–2 m above ground; makes short upward sally-strikes to... read more
Birds near end of breeding season (juvenile present, only some adults with active gonads, others moulting) in late Jun to late Aug in N... read more
Status and conservation
VULNERABLE. Restricted-range species: present in Andean Ridge-top Forests EBA. Rare to uncommon; red-listed, as “Vulnerable”, in Ecuador. Poorly known. Recorded... read more
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